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Exercise Your Right Brain & Improve Your Life with Art Lessons from Artyfactory.com [Video Tour Included]


Check out my latest review & video tour of a great training freebie at my WORTH SHARING website!

The Latest Best Free Training Posts

As promised in my previous article, you will now find the latest Best Free Training listings on my WORTH SHARING website. Here are the links to my just-published June 2014 posts:

Go to he latest post from my WORTH SHARING collection of the Best Free Training:   Learning Guitar Now

The latest post from my WORTH SHARING collection of the Best Free Training: Learning Guitar Now


GCF LearnFree.Org: Learn Life Skills, Job Skills & Computer Skills!

This video provides an overview of the Goodwill Community Foundation’s LearnFree.org website. Our quick tour highlights a few of the great free resources at the site, including training on Google Docs, Pinterest, Windows 8, and much more.  

From the website:  

“GCFLearnFree.org creates and provides quality, innovative online learning opportunities to anyone who wants to improve the technology, literacy and math skills needed to be successful in both work and life…. delivering over 750 different lessons to millions of people in over 200 countries and territories ABSOLUTELY FREE…”


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Graphic Organizers: Tools for Instructors & Students [& Parents!]

Topic: How to make and use charts, graphs, and other visual tools to help organize new concepts and learn more effectively
Format: Website with text lessons, graphics, practice items, suggested readings, links, and reference list [free registration required]
Reviewer/email: Mike G – greers_pm@yahoo.com

Ever notice how it’s easier to learn complex information if you make yourself a little chart of the key ideas? That’s the idea behind this valuable, one-hour free course: To help you make and use home-made graphics as organizers to support your learning — or to help you help your students or kids use graphics organizers so they can learn complicated topics more effectively.
Graphic Organizers
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The Power of Small: Nanotechnology [and Ethical Issues]

Topic: Nanotechnology and associated ethical, legal, medical, business, environmental, and social issues
Format: Website with 27 short videos and 29-page text/PDF guide
Reviewer/email: Mike G – greers_pm@yahoo.com

From the website: “Nanotechnology [will mean] a scientific transformation… whose influence will probably rival the combined effects that electricity, antibiotics, and computers have had on our lives… But along with the potential benefits of nano-science come difficult ethical, legal, medical, business, environmental, and social dilemmas…” In Nanotechnology: The Power of Small, a three-part Fred Friendly Seminars series for PBS, you can learn more about and engage these issues.
Power of Small Home Page
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